Syncarida


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Syncarida

[siŋ′kar·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A superorder of crustaceans of the subclass Melacostraca lacking a carapace and oostegites and having exopodites on all thoracic limbs.
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Phylogeography of the ancient Parabathyncllidae (Crustacea: Syncarida) from the Yilgarn region of Western Australia.
Bathynellacea (Syncarida) are stygobionts (Camacho and Valdecasas, 2008).
Global diversity of syncarids (Syncarida; Crustacea) in freshwater.
Details of morphology, phylogeny, physiology, and ecology are then presented for the class Cephalocarida, class Remipedia, subclass Hoplocarida, and superorder Syncarida. The book is primary illustrated with line drawings, with a few photographs and color plates.
Anaspidacea, Bathynellacea (Syncarida), generalised tracks, and the biogeographical relationships of South America.
The formation of an embryonic anlage of a seventh pleonic ganglion that later fuses with the sixth ganglion has been reported from representatives of most highermalacostracan taxa including Leptostraca (Claus, 1888; Manton, 1928b, 1934), Hoplocarida (Shiino, 1942), Syncarida (Hickman, 1937), Mysidacea (Manton, 1928a, b), Tanaidacea (Scholl, 1963), and Isopoda (Stromberg, 1967).
For freshwater Crustacea like Cladocera, Copepoda, Syncarida and Peracarida several monographs or lists are available (e.g.
(Crustacea, Syncarida) first phreatobite species of a new anaspidacean family discovered in Patagonia with cladistic analysis of Stygocaridinea (Anaspidacea).